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Why I Prefer Weruva Cat Food

Sunday, August 6, 2017
posted by Jim Murphy

weruvaThe problem with cats with kidney disease is finding a high quality, lower protein, lower phosphorous food that they will eat. Vets always recommend a prescription diet but if your cat doesn’t eat it, what good is it? After so many trial and errors, I think I finally found the best food to feed my cat Molly.

Weruva cat food cannot be found in supermarkets, it’s more expensive (about $1.40 – $1.60 for a small can) and they don’t make any dry food.

Here are some things that you should look for in a high quality cat food.

  • Protein is listed as the first ingredient on the label, and the meat/poultry used is fit for human consumption. Organic meat is even better.
  • The food is grain-free (no rice, barley, or any other grains. Even though these are considered healthy in human nutrition, cats’ digestive tracts are not designed to digest the unnecessary carbs).
  • The food does not contain by-products, corn, soy, or any other fillers.

Weruva contains all of these ingredients and even more. When you open the can, you can see what kind of food is in it. It contains chunks of real chicken, real fish and real beef. You can even see a few vegetables in the can.

Weruva also makes moist small packets. There’s a lot of moisture in this food which is essential for a cat with kidney disease’s health. The best part is that Molly loves it. It’s healthy, and seems to be helping her.

Believe it or not, my other cat, Millie actually likes it too. Millie is the fussiest cat and usually does not eat anything but her dried food and dry snacks. I am now feeding Millie a small amount of Weruva each day to to get her used to it. Eventually, I would like to switch her over to it permanently.

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